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June 30, 2017

Bragg’s Famous Raw Garden Salad

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Bragg’s Famous Raw Garden Salad

Try one of Bragg’s Delicious Salad Dressing on Bragg’s Famous Raw Garden Salad

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Page 20 of Bragg’s Vegetarian Healthy Recipes

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Try one of Bragg’s Delicious Salad Dressings

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June 29, 2017

Santa Barbara Summer Solstice 2017

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Santa Barbara Summer Solstice 2017

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Enjoy these wonderful pictures of Dr. Patricia Bragg having fun at Solstice.

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California to List Monsanto Herbicide as Cancer-Causing

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California to List Monsanto Herbicide as Cancer-Causing
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Reuters lyphosate, an herbicide and the active ingredient in Monsanto Co’s popular Roundup weed killer, will be added to California’s list of chemicals known to cause cancer effective July 7, the state’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) said on Monday.

Monsanto vowed to continue its legal fight against the designation, required under a state law known as Proposition 65, and called the decision “unwarranted on the basis of science and the law.” The listing is the latest legal setback for the seeds and chemicals company, which has faced increasing litigation over glyphosate since the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer said that it is “probably carcinogenic” in a controversial ruling in 2015.

Dicamba, a weed killer designed for use with Monsanto’s next generation of biotech crops, is under scrutiny in Arkansas after the state’s plant board voted last week to ban the chemical. OEHHA said the designation of glyphosate under Proposition 65 will proceed following an unsuccessful attempt by Monsanto to block the listing in trial court and after requests for stay were denied by a state appellate court and the CA Supreme Court.

Monsanto’s appeal of the trial court’s ruling is pending.”This is not the final step in the process, and it has no bearing on the merits of the case. We will continue to aggressively challenge this improper decision,” Scott Partridge, Monsanto’s vice president of global strategy, said.

Listing glyphosate as a known carcinogen under California’s Proposition 65 would require companies selling the chemical in the state to add warning labels to packaging. Warnings would also be required if glyphosate is being sprayed at levels deemed unsafe by regulators. Users of the chemical include landscapers, golf courses, orchards, vineyards and farms.

Monsanto and other glyphosate producers would have roughly a year from the listing date to re-label products or remove them from store shelves if further legal challenges are lost. Monsanto has not calculated the cost of any re-labeling effort and does not break out glyphosate sales data by state, Partridge said.

Environmental groups cheered OEHHA’s move to list the chemical. “California’s decision makes it the national leader in protecting people from cancer-causing pesticides,” said Nathan Donley, a senior scientist at the Center for Biological Diversity.

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Sweets in Baked Apples

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Sweets in Baked Apples

Page 103 of Bragg Vegetarian Healthy Recipes

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Bragg Herb Garden at Fairview Gardens

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Bragg Herb Garden at Fairview Gardens

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June 27, 2017

Dr. Bragg Presents Check to Fairview Gardens for Scholarships. Volunteers Are Needed

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Dr. Patricia Bragg Supports Fairview Gardens’
Summer Camps- Volunteer

Gardening volunteers are needed

Dr. Patricia Bragg presents a check to Fairview Gardens for Summer Camp Scholarships. All summer, Fairview Gardens will be transformed into a classroom, laboratory and playground, for youth to engage in farming and gardening activities, harvesting and cooking farm fresh snacks, creating land-based art, playing games, climbing trees and telling stories; to deepen their connection with food and the natural world.

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Dr. Patricia Bragg & Director Lacey Baldiviez

A check for $3500 from the Bragg Health Foundation will sponsor children to summer camp. Further donations from the community are greatly appreciated for other children who can’t afford to attend. Contact Lacey Baldiviez, Director of Fairview Gardens @ 805-967-7369

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Fairview Gardens

Fairview Gardens has historical significance to our area as a center for learning for many years. Currently, the center is in need of volunteers to assist in the gardens and fields. Some gardeners from the Bragg Organic Farm provide labor.

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Fairview Youth Programs

Fairview Gardens offers Teen Permaculture apprecenticeships. Sprouts Infants and Toddlers, Spring Break Camp, Summer Camp, afters school programs and college internships. Patricia Bragg hopes that others will appreciate the wholesome environment and learning opportunities this important community resource provides.

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Little Ruby Meets Dr. Patricia

Our neighbors and friends are welcome to volunteer for one day or longer, and may come out and tour this special property.

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Dr. Patricia Meets with Summer Camp Kids

The Bragg Health Foundation has long supported the work at Fairview Gardens. As a teaching farm, it introduces children to organic gardening and their connection to food, as well as a learning campus for interns during the summer who live on site and learn Agricultural skills and food production.

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A Plaque from Dr. Paul Bragg

Patricia Bragg will visit the plaque on the Bragg sponsored Herb Garden for the farms learning center. Contact Allison White at the Bragg Health Foundation 805-968-1020

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Top Women in Grocery

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Top Women in Grocery

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Dr. Patricia Bragg – A Top Woman in Grocery

 

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Olives and Olive Oil | Food for Breast Cancer.

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Olives And Olive Oil | Food for Breast Cancer

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Bragg Organic Olive Oil

Olive oil is mostly unsaturated oil consisting primarily of oleic acid (an omega-9 monounsaturated fatty acid), linoleic acid (an omega-6 fatty acid), palmitic acid, and stearic acid. In addition, olive oil is a significant source of lupeol, luteolin, and oleanolic acid. Olive oil has been shown to reduce oxidative DNA damage and improve coronary heart disease by reducing blood pressure, low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, and inflammation. Olive oil consumption was shown to be related to less cognitive decline in one study of 8,028 French subjects aged 65 years and over, and has been shown to reduce pain and disability in those with arthritis.

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Your Wait-Line Is Your Life-Line

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Your Wait-Line is your Life-Line

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If you’re sporting a large waistline, your risk of dying prematurely is nearly double. The reason is because belly fat, often fondly referred to as a “spare tire” sends out a toxic stream of chemicals impacting the whole body. A waist size over 35” in women and over 40” in men greatly increases the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease and more. Dr. Oz.

It’s Proven – Light Eaters Live Longer

Dr. Paul Bragg’s research and interviews with people who remained vigorous at ages over 100 years revealed that they ate sparingly, never over-ate and chewed thoroughly! Their diets were well-balanced with simple, natural foods. Scientific tests made on controlled animal feeding have also proven that light eaters live longer and in better health. Always give thanks first (millions are starving), then chew food slowly & thoroughly (your stomach has no teeth)! Never eat in a hurry! Food bolted down overworks the stomach, intestines and heart! If you don’t have time to eat correctly, skip that meal! Learn about fasting on pages 137 to 149 in the Bragg Healthy Lifestyle book, shows skipping a meal is a good habit to develop when needed.

Your Wait-Line is your Life-Line, Date-Line and Health-Line!

Get a tape measure and measure your waist. Write down the measurement (women should be less than 35” and men less than 40”). If you consciously pursue vigorous abdominal and postural exercises combined with correct eating and a weekly 24 hour fast (and later on, 3 to 7 day fasts), in a short time you’ll see a more trim and youthful waist-line! Trim waist-lines can make people appear years younger. Now, let’s get yours down to where it should be, if it has grown too big and fat. It’s a trim, lean horse for the long race of life! I’m sure we all want longevity! Studies show the bigger the waist-line – the shorter the life-span. Living the Bragg Healthy Lifestyle is so wonderful. Your life and each day is a precious gift to treasure, guard and enjoy!

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June 26, 2017

Annual Fundraiser for the Santa Barbara Natural History Museum

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Annual Fundraiser for the Santa Barbara
Natural History Museum

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The setting was perfect for the annual fundraiser at the #Natural #History #Museum by lovely cool Mission creek. #Bragg fosters organizations that promote the environment for our children.

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